Anyone can experience issues and ailments with their eyes, they are easy to damage and there is a host of hereditary optical illnesses that one can get. It is common for older people to experience eye problems like cataracts or perhaps macular degeneration, perhaps their eyesight just is simply declining and they rely on glasses or contacts to see every day. In these cases, there are surgeries, such as laser eye surgery (check here for more information), which can restore the majority of one’s vision so that they aren’t so reliant on glasses or contact lenses. These are common and simple to treat. However, every now and then another condition comes on the scene which baffles doctors and ophthalmologists in this case, and the solution isn’t as easy to work out. One of those patients is Sheila Hardin. Sheila suffered from Sjogren’s syndrome. Dry spots on her eye’s lens caused friction every time Sheila blinked. Sheila faced a future of blurred vision and chronic discomfort. Sheila’s doctors Continue reading →
Dr. Issam Nemeh and Kathy Nemeh answer podcast listener questions for one hour in this episode. Everything from miracles, faith, the ups and downs of the church, angels, saints, plus heaven, hell, and purgatory. We add in a dash of Kathy Nemeh humor and we are left with a highly entertaining and informative episode of Blind Faith Live.
“Whoever drinks this water will never thirst again.” -John 4:5. This podcast episode of Blind Faith Live demonstrates how the living water that is Jesus Christ quenches our spiritual thirst forever. This can be realized in a very physical experience. Continue reading →
On the Way to Heaven
Are there dogs in heaven? What is the difference between being in heaven and being within the kingdom of God? What do we make of near-death experiences that involve quick visits to heaven? Local Fox Continue reading →
Fingers grow back? For real? Yes! We say, “With God, all things are possible!” Do we actually believe those words? Husband and wife, doctors, Sam and Debbie (Lederbach) Barther, along with their daughter Brooke, tell the story of finger regrowth, the reversal of partial blindness, Continue reading →